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Articles Related to Teaching Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

This page has a variety of articles with interesting information.  How visually impaired people use brain's vision center to solve math read more

Nemeth on the Braille Note Apex

By simply typing Backspace+N, you can type in Nemeth Braille, and hear exactly what symbols you are typing. You can connect the Apex to a standard computer monitor and watch what is being typed. The Nemeth Tutorial is already available . . . read more

Nemeth Lessons and Handouts

Included in this article are a number of handouts related to Nemeth code, which is the braille code used for math and science.  It also includes Nemeth lessons that can be used for teachers and paraeducators to learn the basics of Nemeth . . . read more

Sending Teacher Notes to a Student Computer or iPad

This article discusses ways to send the notes a teacher is writing on the board or showing on their computer to a student's computer or iPad.  This is meant for student's who have low vision.  It is not meant for . . . read more

Tactile Graphics

This article includes references on creating tactile graphics.  It also includes some resources on teaching students how to use tactile graphics. Many tactile graphics are already available from the American Printing House for the . . . read more

Translation Software

This article has tutorials and handouts to assist with learning how to use translation software to convert math and science content into Nemeth code so it can be embossed for a student who uses braille. Duxbury Intro Handout to . . . read more

Websites with Resources

This article includes many resources including other schools for the blind and visually impaired that have additional resources that may be helpful. Paths to Literacy is the result of a joint project between Perkins School for the Blind . . . read more

Writing Math on a Computer

This article includes information on using Equation Editor, Math Type, and Scientific Notebook to write math on a computer. Equation Editor Information Comes with Microsoft Word Equation Editor Reference Sheet Don't . . . read more

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